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Accessible La Rioja

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La Rioja is an inclusive tourist destination, which works hard at providing real accessibility and creating spaces that will accommodate every individual. We invite you to enjoy our wine tourism and outstanding food, discover the land where dinosaurs lived, experience the St James’ Way and visit the birthplace of the Spanish language.

La Rioja offers a variety of accessible tourism opportunities for all types of tourists. Families, senior citizens and tourists with special needs or functional diversity find activities for every taste in La Rioja.

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¿Te gustaría aprender a hacer iglús?,¿ser detective en el bosque y poder interpretar las huellas en la nieve para saber si son de corzo, de zorro o de garduña?, ¿Ser agricultor por un día, podar un viñedo y degustar a continuación un almuerzo típico riojano?

Estos son unos pocos ejemplos de la extensa oferta que La Rioja Turismo te propone como “Actividades de La Rioja en invierno”.

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“Mi corazón espera  también, hacia la luz y hacia la vida,  otro milagro de la primavera.”

Antonio Machado.

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Día 1: Nájera - Santo Domingo - ezcaray

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El milagro del ahorcado y del gallo y la gallina de Santo Domingo de la Calzada  son Bien de Interés Cultural (BIC) de carácter inmaterial, por parte del Gobierno de La Rioja.

Un matrimonio alemán y su joven hijo, Hugonell, se dirigen en peregrinación a Compostela. Al llegar a Santo Domingo se hospedan en un mesón. La hija del posadero se enamora del joven, pero al no ser correspondida decide vengarse ocultando una copa de plata en el equipaje del joven. Cuando éste abandona la ciudad la muchacha denuncia el robo. Al ser capturado, se encuentra la copa entre sus pertenencias por lo que es acusado de robo y condenado a la horca.

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Románico en La Rioja

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Entre Los siglos XI y XIII, La Rioja formó parte del reino de Navarra y después de Castilla. Los monarcas favorecieron la difusión del Arte Románico a través de numerosas construcciones: monasterios, iglesias, ermitas...Se trata de edificios sobrios, en los que predomina la línea horizontal, caracterizados por el empleo del arco de medio punto y la bóveda de cañón, los gruesos muros reforzados por contrafuertes y la ausencia de vanos. La escasa decoración se reduce a los capiteles de las columnas y los relieves de los arcos que cierran puertas y ventanas. Sólo algunas de estas construcciones mantienen con toda su pureza los rasgos propios de la arquitectura románica, ya que, en general, se mezclan con elementos góticos. 

En el Monasterio de San Millán de la Cogolla de Suso encontramos los primeros testimonios románicos en la ampliación que sufrió el templo mozárabe en la zona de los pies, cubierta por bóvedas de cañón, separadas por gruesas columnas de toscos capiteles, característicos de un románico muy primitivo. 

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Navarrete

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There is a castle on Tedeón Hill which was built by Alfonso VIII to defend the Kingdom of Navarre. It alternately belonged to Castilla and Navarre. Navarrete is a town on the Way of St. James pilgrim's route. Ceramics and pottery are now the main industries.


-Surrounding area: The cemetery has a 12th century Romanesque entrance made from the remains of the old church which stood next to the Medieval San Juan de Acre pilgrim's hospital. The remains of this building remain and are 1km outside the village. The «El Suceso» Chapel. Campsite.


At Christmas there is a living nativity scene.

-Location: It is part of the district of Logroño. It is in the western Iregua Valley.
-Area: 28.3 km2.
-Height: 512 metres.
-Economy: Navarrete is mainly a farming and industrial town. A lot of wine is produced and there are many pottery workshops.

There is a castle on Tedeón Hill which was built by Alfonso VIII to defend the Kingdom of Navarre. It alternately belonged to Castilla and Navarre. Navarrete is a town on the Way of St. James pilgrim's route. Ceramics and pottery are now the main industries.


-Surrounding area: The cemetery has a 12th century Romanesque entrance made from the remains of the old church which stood next to the Medieval San Juan de Acre pilgrim's hospital. The remains of this building remain and are 1km outside the village. The «El Suceso» Chapel. Campsite.


At Christmas there is a living nativity scene.

-Location: It is part of the district of Logroño. It is in the western Iregua Valley.
-Area: 28.3 km2.
-Height: 512 metres.
-Economy: Navarrete is mainly a farming and industrial town. A lot of wine is produced and there are many pottery workshops.

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The city is a beautiful stop on the Way of St. James. It is linked to Santo Domingo, who was born in Vitoria, and to his building work on the Roman road. The city was settled and grew as a result of the pilgrim's hospital founded by the Saint around the second half of the 12th century. The bridge spanning the River Oja, which helped pilgrims on their way, also contributed to the city's development. The city grew as a result of the inn, then later due to the Way of St. James and it became a considerable artistic, religious and financial centre. It became more powerful in the late Middle Ages.


In August, there is a play about the miracles of the saint called «Los Milagros del santo», and during the December bank holiday to celebrate the constitution there is a «Medieval Market». Of interest: visit the real cockerel and hen in the cathedral.


On the 25 April, the first day of the festival, members of the guild walk the streets of the town using a feather to paint blue marks on the faces of the young people chosen to take part in the procession. From the 1 May onwards, a drummer walks through the town banging a drum to represent the Saint's steps as he guided the pilgrims. On the 10 May, there is a procession of sheep to remember Alfonso I of Aragón's 1112 order, which stated that the town's livestock could graze freely on the kingdom's mountains. On this day, oak branches are blessed and there is a procession of Prioresses. The Pan del Santo procession takes place the following day. A child carrying a bread figure of the hanged pilgrim leads the procession, followed by the maidens. The Wheel Procession also takes place on this day. The Saint's death is remembered on the 22 with a shared lunch, mass in the cathedral and then the procession. During the festivities there are open-air dances, bull fighting and all kinds of other events.


-Surrounding area: The Abejas and Santo Chapels. The town is close to Valdezcaray and the Demanda Mountains.




-Location: The town is part of the district of Santo Domingo de la Calzada. It is on a large river plain and to the south and south west the landscape gradually rises towards the foothills of the Yuso Mountains.
-Area: 39.91 km2.
-Height: 638 metres.
-Economy: The main activity is farming, particularly rain-fed crops and potatoes, but there are also some more recent industries: metal, construction, wood, textiles, etc. The tertiary sector is growing and there are many businesses of all kinds including workshops, banks, hotels, businesses, schools and shopping centres, etc.
The city is a beautiful stop on the Way of St. James. It is linked to Santo Domingo, who was born in Vitoria, and to his building work on the Roman road. The city was settled and grew as a result of the pilgrim's hospital founded by the Saint around the second half of the 12th century. The bridge spanning the River Oja, which helped pilgrims on their way, also contributed to the city's development. The city grew as a result of the inn, then later due to the Way of St. James and it became a considerable artistic, religious and financial centre. It became more powerful in the late Middle Ages.


In August, there is a play about the miracles of the saint called «Los Milagros del santo», and during the December bank holiday to celebrate the constitution there is a «Medieval Market». Of interest: visit the real cockerel and hen in the cathedral.


On the 25 April, the first day of the festival, members of the guild walk the streets of the town using a feather to paint blue marks on the faces of the young people chosen to take part in the procession. From the 1 May onwards, a drummer walks through the town banging a drum to represent the Saint's steps as he guided the pilgrims. On the 10 May, there is a procession of sheep to remember Alfonso I of Aragón's 1112 order, which stated that the town's livestock could graze freely on the kingdom's mountains. On this day, oak branches are blessed and there is a procession of Prioresses. The Pan del Santo procession takes place the following day. A child carrying a bread figure of the hanged pilgrim leads the procession, followed by the maidens. The Wheel Procession also takes place on this day. The Saint's death is remembered on the 22 with a shared lunch, mass in the cathedral and then the procession. During the festivities there are open-air dances, bull fighting and all kinds of other events.


-Surrounding area: The Abejas and Santo Chapels. The town is close to Valdezcaray and the Demanda Mountains.




-Location: The town is part of the district of Santo Domingo de la Calzada. It is on a large river plain and to the south and south west the landscape gradually rises towards the foothills of the Yuso Mountains.
-Area: 39.91 km2.
-Height: 638 metres.
-Economy: The main activity is farming, particularly rain-fed crops and potatoes, but there are also some more recent industries: metal, construction, wood, textiles, etc. The tertiary sector is growing and there are many businesses of all kinds including workshops, banks, hotels, businesses, schools and shopping centres, etc.

La Antigua Bodega

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Alcanadre

La Antigua Bodega is a holiday cottage built on the site of an old Rioja wine cellar, which still conserves parts of the old winemaking system, such as the press, etc.

It has 6 double rooms and 2 singles, all with their own bathroom and TV. Of these double rooms, 3 have hydromassage and 2 a balcony.

In the village of Alcanadre you can visit the Church of Santa María (16th to 18th century), which consists of a single nave with chapels between buttresses, transept and tower from the 17th century. Inside, we must highlight the 16th century high altarpiece.

Between Alcanadre and Lodosa are the remains of an aqueduct that the Romans built, probably to supply water to Calahorra. It has 13 arches, measures 25 metres and has 30 buttresses

Alcanadre

La Antigua Bodega is a holiday cottage built on the site of an old Rioja wine cellar, which still conserves parts of the old winemaking system, such as the press, etc.

It has 6 double rooms and 2 singles, all with their own bathroom and TV. Of these double rooms, 3 have hydromassage and 2 a balcony.

In the village of Alcanadre you can visit the Church of Santa María (16th to 18th century), which consists of a single nave with chapels between buttresses, transept and tower from the 17th century. Inside, we must highlight the 16th century high altarpiece.

Between Alcanadre and Lodosa are the remains of an aqueduct that the Romans built, probably to supply water to Calahorra. It has 13 arches, measures 25 metres and has 30 buttresses
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